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LHS Daily Announcements

Tuesday, April 22

Our purpose is that Linton High School will graduate productive citizens and life-long learners.


Our motto is (LHS)

Learn to go further.

Honor each other in all you do.

Strive to be your best.


Attention Seniors -- Please consider applying for the Phil Harris Scholarship.  Scholarship applications will be due May 8th and can be picked up in the Guidance Office and will also be available on the Guidance website.

Attention Seniors -- The senior Rotary lunch will be tomorrow, April 23rd. Mr. Moore will have a bus parked right outside the high school at 11:40 am.  Please board the bus as soon as Mr. Moore makes the announcement.

Attention students -- This is a reminder that we currently have a lot of spring athletic events going on.  Feel free to pick up a spring athletic schedule in the office and come out to support your Miners!


Attention Students -- The deadline to pre-order yearbooks is April 30th!  Also, this is a reminder that the yearbook staff will have a work evening this Friday, April 18th at 6:00 pm in the media center computer lab.  Bring $5.00 if you want pizza. We will work as late as we can.

Attention Senior Athletes--  If you have lettered or will letter 4 years in one sport, please see Mrs. Meng in the office to verify this information.  

These are the students who have not yet submitted a senior picture:

Crystal Betts

Raven Bowersock-Grant

Tysen Dunn

Travis Hash

Jake Hubbell

Indy Miller

Isaac Morehead

Savannah Neighbors

Ryan Slover

Jacob Smoot

Grant Stamm

Eric Stearns

Cody VanWinkle

Brett Vaughn

Attention Students -- Are you interested in showing your school spirit for the Miner football team or the Miner basketball team, or for both teams next school year?  If so, please add your name to the sign-up sheet in the high school office.  This is for anyone currently in 8th grade through 11th grade who is interested in trying out for the LHS cheer squads or auditioning for our Miner mascot.  

Attention FFA members-- There will be an FFA meeting after school on Wednesday, April 23 in Mrs. Hill's room. Please see Mrs. Hill if you have any questions.

Attention Students: Yearbooks are still available for $47.00 without name and $53.00 with the name. See Mrs. Lynn to place an order.

Plato hours

Monday 6:00-8:00 pm

Tuesday 3:30-5:30 pm

Wednesday 6-8 pm

Thursday 3:30-5:30 pm

Guidance Department

Upcoming Important Dates

Attention Seniors:  The guidance office has several scholarships available.  See Mrs. Meng for applications on the following;

Tri Kappa Scholarship applications are available in the guidance office.  $700 for a 4-yr college program and $500 for a vocational college program. These apps may be picked up in the guidance office and are due Friday, April 25th..

Seniors, Here are four more scholarships.  Mrs. D-G has placed the applications on the counseling website for your convenience,  You can pick up a paper copy from Mrs. Meng if you prefer.

Merl and Maxine Brown Scholarship. Application deadline May 16. Go to this link for further details and to download an application online. Mrs. Meng also has paper copies.

Governor Mike Pence is continuing the Hoosier Mr. and Miss Math/Science Award.   He will recognize two outstanding high school seniors this spring for their exemplary performance in math and science. One male and one female student will be selected for the Indiana Mr. and Miss Math/Science honor, and each will receive a $2,000 Indiana 529 College Savings plan scholarship contribution for their achievements. Applications are due April 25.  

Visit the link below for more information including a link to the application site.

Wabash Valley Officials Assoc. Scholarship - $500 scholarship to a graduating student who has participated as an athlete or team manager for a period of two (2) years during high school.

6). Dale French Scholarship - $500 intended for students pursuing a degree in art education or an art-related field.  Application is to be mailed and received by May 1st, 2014.

Scholarship Announcements

Majors in the College range from Mechanical Engineering Technology, Textile and Apparel Merchandising, to Technology and Engineering Education—our college has encountered a lot of positive changes over the past five years, and a broad array of majors is an example of one of those great changes!  

Information regarding the College of Technology (including majors, scholarships, student organizations, etc.) can be found at:

SAT and ACT Testing

Please go to the link below on the new LSHS Guidance website for test dates, registration deadlines, and other information. LSHS is a site for all SAT test dates except for January.

The Guidance Office has fee waivers for the SAT and the ACT. Please see Mrs. D-G if you want to know if you qualify for a fee waiver for either test.

SAT and ACT study packets that include a full length practice test for the 2013-2014 exam are available in the Guidance Office. ACT prep information can also be downloaded as PDFs at the following links.

ACT Prep Packet (FYI - this document is 64 pages long)

ACT Registration Information Flyer

College Visit Days

Please go to the link below for information on College Visit Day policies for 11th and 12th graders. The site also contains a simple online form that must be filled out in advance if a student wants to take a college day.

Need to Send a Transcript?

Please go to the link below for information on making an electronic transcript request.